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There is no possibility of a human action without moral consequence

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RCollazo

I argue that there is no possibility of a human action that has no moral consequence. I conclude that actions all have moral consequences, even if they are not known or seen immediately. As the principle of utility states all actions are controlled through pain and pleasure and if the action is not causing pleasure to someone then it must be pain. I argue the moral consequence of actions through the following: 1. We make decisions on our actions through pain and pleasure. 2. Our actions affec...

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Morality is not relative

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fatimabbz

Morality is not relative. There is only one morally right or wrong answer. For example, murder is morally wrong, just because a society were to believe that a festival, where murdering people is ok once a year, does not make it right. Morality should not change from place to place, or culture to culture. If morality were different throughout the world, the human race as a whole would not progress. Since we have progressed from our past, we have learned that some things may have been morally wron...

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Morality is not relative

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fatimabbz

Morality is not relative. There is only one morally right or wrong answer. For example, murder is morally wrong, just because a society were to believe that a festival, where murdering people is ok once a year, does not make it right. Morality should not change from place to place, or culture to culture. If morality were different throughout the world, the human race as a whole would not progress. Since we have progressed from our past, we have learned that some things may have been morally wron...

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Morality is not relative

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fatimabbz

Morality is not relative. There is only one morally right or wrong answer. For example, murder is morally wrong, just because a society were to believe that a festival, where murdering people is ok once a year, does not make it right. Morality should not change from place to place, or culture to culture. If morality were different throughout the world, the human race as a whole would not progress. Since we have progressed from our past, we have learned that some things may have been morally wron...

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